The Greenpeace Save The Arctic campaign took over London Waterloo underground station in 2013.
The exhibition showcased 60 muted colour portraits of celebrities shot over a period of eighteen months by Andy Gotts MBE.
Each person wore a Vivienne Westwood Save The Arctic organic unbleached cotton t-shirt and all profits from the t-shirts went directly to Greenpeace.
The exhibition aimed to raise awareness for the protection of the unique and fragile Arctic and was situated along the escalators leading up to the London
HQ of oil company Shell, who had started drilling in the Arctic.